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Scott Funk

Home Equity Retirement Specialist

NMLS# 71312


75 Abbott Ave., Barre, VT 5641

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About Me

With 15 years experience in traditional lending and 17 years working with Home Equity Conversion Mortgages (HECMs) Scott has a strong background in mortgage financing. He specializes in working with Boomers and their advisors in understanding how housing and home equity are different in retirement. He meets with people in their homes or advisor’s office to explore home equity and whether a HECM would be a good fit.

Scott is know for his relaxed, low-key approach and a depth of knowledge about the challenges facing Boomers during retirement. Being able to utilize all their assets helps many adults enjoy a longer, fuller retirement. Having a greater control of their finances can also mean more security and confidence in what was supposed to be “the golden years”.

Of course, remaining in one’s current residence is not always practical or desirable. For many, the option to use the HECM for Purchase program can make the move to a more aging appropriate setting easier and more affordable. Again, Scott’s experience here is important in assisting Boomers and their advisors of all the personal housing options available to Boomers.

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Common Examples of What a HECM Can Help You Do

  • Purchase a new home to fit your lifestyle needs
  • Reduce monthly expenses by paying off existing mortgage
  • Enhance your cash flow
  • Create an emergency fund
  • Fund for home repairs or upgrades
  • Fund the expense for caregivers, live-in nurses, or other in-home care
  • Protect your retirement portfolio
  • Reduce monthly expenses by paying debt
  • Incorporate housing wealth into your retirement plan
  • Increase cash to help ensure monthly bills are paid
  • Reduce the burden of out-of-pocket healthcare costs
  • Have the cash for a large expense, such as a vacation or vehicle
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